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Throughout this site the applications described below can be accessed through the Quick-Links to your right.
Online access varies for each application and is currently limited to Stanford University operational and authorized users, with exception of the Facilities Information Management System that is available to faculty and staff. Datasets may be limited to special work groups pertaining to their business needs. Data-release is granted by permission of data owners. For access to any of our online applications, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basemap.stanford.edu is Stanford's web-based Geographic Information System (GIS) for accessing, displaying, and researching information about the campus lands and buildings. Basemap.stanford.edu is linked to a number of other systems, including FIMS, Archives, and iSpace. Basemap provides the following information to authorized users:
- Building Features
- Building Systems/Inventories
- Building Themes
- Construction Projects
- Disability Access
- Outdoor Structures
- Parking and Transportation
- Public Safety/EH&S Information
- Aerial Photos
- Work-group specific data
Because the campus map at the core of Basemap is based upon real-world coordinates, real distances can be measured. The campus is represented as a series of map layers grouped in themes, such as Parking, Grounds and Utilities. The closer you are to the ground, more and more detail may appear. Information may be embedded into map features and a variety of display or analysis tools or applications may be available, depending on user levels of access.
The Construction Coordination database is the place where campus project managers post information about when their projects will be in construction. This information is used for a variety of purposes, including the monthly LBRE Construction Map in the Stanford Daily, the Summer Construction Coordination Map in the Stanford Report (early June issue), and for internal construction logistics planning (contractor parking and laydown coordination). The data is also useful for many internal uses, including campus event planning.
The Facility Design Guidelines (FDG) is a set of guideline design documents, technical specifications, and detail drawings to be used by architects, consultants and contractors in the design and construction of new and remodeled buildings and infrastructure on the Stanford campus.
FIMS is a single portal to access information about Stanford University Campus Facilities including floorplans and building information. FIMS can be used by all Stanford faculty and staff, although not everyone has access to all features.
Stanford faculty and staff can access basic facts about buildings such as square footage for the entire building, individual departments, and specific rooms. Floorplans and a history of work orders are also available.
FIMS is integrated with other systems administered by Maps and Records, such as Basemap.
"Authorized Access" is granted to all Stanford Facility Managers.
This access level includes all the Faculty/Staff features, as well as the ability to view space reports and the extensive "attribute" list.
"Attributes" are listed at the bottom each facility page (be sure to scroll down to see them). These are keywords describing just about anything you can think of related to a building--examples include:
- Cleanable square footage
- Custodial schedule
- Emergency assembly areas
- Public telephones
An attribute may link to a report that offers information about the specific facility, or it may link to a PDF file, an Excel file, or another URL. A contact person is also listed for each attribute if you need more information about its source.
Operational access is granted to BGM and LBRE staff. Those granted this level of access have more extensive and detailed versions of the content available to faculty/staff and authorized users.
iSpace is a tool used to update information about room utilization in University facilities. iSpace is integrated with other systems administered by Maps and Records, such as Basemap and FIMS. Improvements to these systems are coordinated through University partner groups associated with various applications, including the iSpace Core Team (University partners) and the iSpace Advisory group (governance).
Use this tool to search for listings of the document information archived at Maps and Records. For example: Stanford utilities, lands, roadway and other infrastructure drawings; Topographic surveys and aerials; Residential subdivision maps; Architectural, structural and systems drawings.
The Searchable Campus map allows for the searching of campus buildings by building name, facility ID, address, and department name. Individual locations may be bookmarked, using a URL string: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=09-105, where ID= the Facility ID (or Quad and Building number). Built upon GIS technology, Campus map is planned to include additional map resources (layers and associated data sets) in the future.
|Facility Design Guidelines (FDG)||
|FIMS / Basemap Online (Floorplans)||
|Online Archive Database||
|Searchable Campus Map|